EVENT :: RFSI Europe 2022


A Virtual Series to Catalyze Investment in Europe’s Regenerative Agriculture & Food Sector

There’s a diverse and growing ecosystem of organizations working to transform Europe’s agriculture and food system from degrading to regenerative, a process that will require, a profound mindset shift deep collaboration, bold innovation … and capital.

The RFSI Europe event will explore the critical role capital plays in enabling food system transformation across Europe. The event presentations will connect the dots between the people, organizations, capital, and concepts that will drive lasting change for soil, food, human health, and the planet.

All registrants will be granted access to the event recording after the event.

Stay tuned for the event details!

So what does the regenerative agriculture and food funding ecosystem look like in Europe today? We’ve created a map to show you!


Please note: Registration rates are in USD


The goals of RFSI Europe include to:

  • Define the opportunities for investment and capital needed to move these systems forward
  • Connect investors and funders from across the region (and the world) to the opportunities in regenerative agriculture
  • Address the barriers for further adoption of and investment in of this type of system
  • Examine and learn from success stories and case studies
  • Facilitate a dialogue between the many diverse actors in the regenerative agriculture, food, finance and investment ecosystem


Agenda | Virtual Program

RFSI Europe will be held on three consecutive Tuesday afternoons: Nov. ?, Nov. ?, and Dec. ? from 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. GMT (Tuesday mornings from ?? – ?? in the U.S.). Each day will feature 2 hours of learning followed by optional small-group networking.

All registrants will be granted access to recordings after the event.

Registration Rates

Registration type:
Package Registration
for July 28 & Aug. 4 sessions
Full Price
Individual Session Registration
Full Price
Producers and Non-profits receive 25% off registration.


Please note: Registration rates are in USD
Day One
Day 1
May 25 (USA) | May 26 (AUS)
Foundations for Regenerative Ag Investment Strategy: The What, Why, and How
May 25th
Time zone: EDT
May 26th
Time zone: AEST
7:00 PM EDT
9:00 AM AEST
7:10 PM EDT
9:10 AM AEST
Defining Regenerative Agriculture as a Practice
Terry McCosker, Director, RCS
7:25 PM EDT
9:25 AM AEST
Perspectives: Regenerative Food Systems
Featuring: Cassie Duncan, Sustainable Table Investment Cooperative; Adam Gibson, Cultivate Ventures; Venetia Scott, Farmer
7:40 PM EDT
9:40 AM AEST
Framing the Problem: Capital as a Barrier to Regenerative Food Systems
Hayley Morris, The Morris Group
7:55 PM EDT
9:55 AM AEST
A 7Cs Approach to Investing in Regenerative Food Systems
Nigel Sharp, Tiverton Agriculture Impact Fund
8:15 PM EDT
10:15 AM AEST
Valuing & Monetizing Natural Capital in Regenerative Ag Investment
Toby Grogan, Natural Capital Manager, Impact Ag Partners
8:55 PM EDT
10:55 AM AEST
Perspectives: What Natural Capital Markets Mean for Investment in Regenerative Agriculture
Featuring: Ben Krasnostein, Kilara Capital; Carolyn Suggate, ORICoop; Adrian Ward, Accounting for Nature
9:10 PM EDT
11:10 AM AEST
A First Nations Perspective on Regenerative Food & Agriculture
Jade Miles and Joshua Gilbert
9:40 PM EDT
11:40 AM AEST
Building Ally Relationships with First Nations Communities
Christopher Steele, Palmary Solutions
9:50 PM EDT
11:50 AM AEST
Systems Approach to Investing in Regeneration
Robyn O'Brien, rePlant Capital
10:05 PM EDT
12:05 PM AEST
Panel: What Makes an Opportunity Investable?
Moderated by: Adam Gibson
Panelists: Serhat Cicekoglu, Sente Foundry; Josephine Korijn, New AJE Capital; Barry Palte, EQ Capital Partners
10:50 PM EDT
12:50 PM AEST
Day 1 Wrap-up
11:00 PM EDT
1:00 PM AEST
Day Two
Day 2
May 26 (USA) | May 27 (AUS)
The Practice of Investing in Regenerative Ag: How to Invest for Impact
May 26th
Time zone: EDT
May 27th
Time zone: AEST
7:00 PM EDT
9:00 AM AEST
Welcome & Review of Day 1
7:10 PM EDT
9:10 AM AEST
A Look at the Landscape of Opportunities: How is Capital Being Deployed to Australian Regenerative Food Systems
Alasdair MacLeod, Macdoch Ag Group
7:40 PM EDT
9:40 AM AEST
Case Study: One Million Acre Regenerative Grazing Land
Paul McMahon & Graham Finlayson, SLM Partners
8:00 PM EDT
10:00 AM AEST
Panel: Connecting Agriculture Investment to Conservation & Water
Tanya Massy; Carolyn Suggate, Organic Investment Cooperative
8:35 PM EDT
10:35 AM AEST
Case Study: Investing in Data as an Asset Using Blended Capital
Mike Taitoko & Nathalie Whitaker, TOHA
8:50 PM EDT
10:50 AM AEST
Investing in Technology to Advance Regenerative Food Systems
Sarah Nolet, Tenacious Ventures; Nancy Schellhorn, RapidAIM; Jocie Bate, SwarmFarm
9:30 PM EDT
11:30 AM AEST
Case Study
9:45 PM EDT
11:45 AM AEST
Investor Round Up
10:10 PM EDT
12:10 PM AEST
New & Innovative Sources of Capital
Lee Brennan, Future Super; Paul McMahon, SLM Partners
10:50 PM EDT
12:50 PM AEST
Program Wrap-up
11:00 PM EDT
1:00 PM AEST
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We’re gathering a diverse group of practitioners and thought-leaders for an informative and engaging agenda. Check out the line-up we have for you, plus more added each day!

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Attending Companies

Connect with others in the space — The ability to chat with others in the audience AND informal networking after the program makes it easy to find new fruitful connections.

Current Data
A Little Wild
Accounting For Nature
Agro Fund One
Bellinger Landcare Inc
Black Barn Farm
C Quest Capital
Carbon Sync
Chatsworth House Pastoral
Corporate Carbon Advisory
Cultivate Farms
Dalness Farming
Dancing Waters Farm
Deakin University
EQ Capital Partners
Ethical Fields
Future Super
Global Sustainability Group LLC
goFARM Australia
Guraabi Downs
Impact Ag Partners
Inspire Impact
J G Capital Pty Ltd
K Capital
Kamehameha Schools
Kilara Capital
Kilter Rural
Kurrawonga Pty Ltd
Laguna Bay
Land to Market Australia Ecological Outcome Verification
Liminal Assets
Macdoch Group
Mad Agriculture
Mannifera Pty Ltd
Mongarlowe Gourmet
Native Beeings
New AJE Capital
Organic & Regenerative Investment Cooperative
Overture Investment Partners
Paton Rural
PT Pakar Bangun Nusantara
R.H.(Rod) Menzies & Associates
RapidAIM Pty Ltd
rePlant Capital
Sente Foundry
Silverstrand Capital
SLM Partners
SSW Dairy
Sustain The Australian Food Network
Sustainable Table Investment Cooperative
SwarmFarm Robotics
Tenacious Ventures
The Garry White Foundation
Thinkbio Ptd Ltd
Tiverton Agriculture Impact Fund
Tremain Capital Limited
Twynam Investments
University of Cambridge
University of Denver
University of Technology Sydney - Institute for Sustainable Futures
Uses Private Limited
Venture Organic
Wide Open Agriculture Ltd.
Yale University
Your Food Collective

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Cancellation Policy

What if I have to cancel?

Sorry, no refunds.

If you are unable to attend, your registration may be transferred to someone else with advance notice – please notify our team no later than May 14.

Sharing of registrations is not permissible.

Please send your request to transfer your registration to: info@rfsi-forum.com

More Information

If you have questions or changes please email info@rfsi-forum.com.